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Best things to do in Portland

Konstmuseum
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“Portland Art Museum has a fine standing collection and lots of fresh, relevant rotating exhibits. You can also enjoy a wide variety of independent and foreign films at the Whitsell Auditorium, part of the NW Film Center. The gift shop is wonderful with lots of gifts for both adults and children that will satisfy both curiosity and the discerning eye. Pay special attention to the major exhibits, they are well worth the price of admission!”
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Science Museum
“I could spend a whole day at OMSI, easy. Between the Exhibits, the Planetarium and IMAX theater, the submarine tours, and the excellent waterfront location and café, this is one of my favorite stops in Portland. The view from the East Bank across the river to Portland downtown is one of the best, and it is fun to walk the East Bank Riverwalk. You can make a nice riverfront loop by crossing one of the bridges, going down the West Bank waterfront, then coming back across a different bridge to rejoin the East Bank Riverwalk. There are also the Hawthorne docks where you can get down to the river. OMSI is great for grownups and kids alike. Take a look at their listings for special events, like the Maker's Faire, and adult only "after dark" evening programs where you get to mix science and some of your favorite adult beverages often catered by local craft brewers, vintners and distilleries. Seeing a movie in the IMAX theater is an amazing experience. Great in summer or on those long rainy winter days!”
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Museum
“A sandstone home of two of Portland’s iconic pioneers with breathtaking views. Join a guided tour of the inside of the mansion or just enjoy the 46 acres of lush grounds around the property. ”
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History Museum
“Vital to every historic place like Portland, local historical museums are an underrated source of knowledge and fascinating enjoyment. OHSM is an example of how to put together a museum that not only teaches, but entertains.”
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History Museum
“Rotating exhibits give insight into state history, art & more in building with 8-story-high murals.”
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Historisk plats
“Get a taste of how Fort Vancouver played a vital role in the fur trade industry.”
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Science Museum
“Perfect for 1-6 year olds. Right next to the zoo. Our favorite place to take our babes on a rainy (or sunny) day. ”
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Playground
“This Science museum is packed with fun for the kids. Many hands on activities and games for the whole family to explore.”
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Museum
“You can see most of Portland from the view points at the Rose Gardens. I could spend hours there as there are so many kinds of roses. There is no charge to go through the gardens ; however there is a charge for parking. While you are there you might as well check out the Japanese Gardens right up the hill from the parking lot. ”
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Museum
“lots of interactive exhibits on forestry - fascinating and fun for nature lovers”
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Allmän underhållning
“Part roadside attraction, part gift shop, the Peculiarium and Museum has an amazing collection of odd exhibits, art, books, and gifts. If you like strange and creepy, this place is for you! I have bought no end of bizarre things for friends and my own home here. The attraction of the weird, the grotesque, the aliens, the bugs, and Sasquatch is just too much to resist! You can also take city tours to Haunted Portland and the Shanghai Tunnels by hooking up with Slabtown Tours here. An experience not to be missed!”
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Museum
“I haven't a clue what's going on here, but I've seen it when I go running and I'm curious. And a bit creeped out.”
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History Museum
“It's next to the longest continually operated airfield in the United States.”
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History Museum
“Located just off Main Street between Downtown and Uptown Village, the museum is operated by the Clark County Historical Society (founded in 1917) and housed in Vancouver’s 1909 Carnegie Library building. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and received a recent overhaul including new flooring, fresh paint, exterior improvements, and enhanced meeting space. In addition to intriguing exhibits, featured programming brings life to the history. The Family Saturday program invites families to the museum to participate in fun, hands-on activities the second Saturday of each month. The most popular events are the summer downtown walking tours, with rotating content ra”
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Museum
“This little lady has been sharing her hat collection since I don't know when, but it's been a long time. She's sweet and her hats are incredible! Look for the purple house! (reservations are required)”
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Konstmuseum
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